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Innerviews: Harmonious choral career filled with high notes   
KENNY KEMP | Gazette
Innerviews: Harmonious choral career filled with high notes   

Life didn't turn out exactly the way he envisioned, but he isn't complaining. Sure, he might have tweaked a few things here and there, but at 71, Truman Dalton looks back on his musical journey with considerable...

Kanawha County worker wellness program paying off
Kanawha County worker wellness program paying off

Wellness initiative led to many Kanawha workers losing weight

Project aims for Corridor G growth

South Charleston plans to extend sewer service to county line

Chuck McGill: Marshall offense living up to the hype
Chuck McGill: Marshall offense living up to the hype

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Saturday was Doc Holliday’s 30 for 30. A 30-point rout for career win No. 30.

Marshall’s 44-14 win over Ohio was a big one, and not just because the 57-year-old Thundering Herd coach beat the rival...

WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers pile up offensive plays, upset Edsall
WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers pile up offensive plays, upset Edsall

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia’s offense made history in Saturday’s victory against Maryland. The Mountaineers made Randy Edsall mad in the process.

WVU snapped the ball a school-record 108 times in the 40-37 victory at...

Photos: Capital prepares for Majorette Festival
Photos: Capital prepares for Majorette Festival

The 68th Annual Daily Mail Kanawha County Majorette & Band Festival will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23 at University of Charleston Stadium at Laidley Field

Tickets are $7 in advance and $8 at the gate.

Photo: Nitro Band ready for Majorette Festival
Photo: Nitro Band ready for Majorette Festival

The 68th Annual Daily Mail Kanawha County Majorette & Band Festival will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23 at University of Charleston Stadium at Laidley Field

Tickets are $7 in advance and $8 at the gate.

Your Vents, Monday, September 15

n I have not donated nor bought from the Union Mission since they established the eyesore lumberyard. And I will not participate with them until they get rid of it.

n Charleston Newspapers continues to litter every Saturday morning.

n The...

Photo: Black dog romps in yellow field
Photo: Black dog romps in yellow field

As pooches go, this one was outstanding in its field. This canine bounded amid the rain and a golden array of wildflowers in Buffalo toward the end of a wet, gray week. Look for sunny skies the next few days as fall makes its way into the region.

PHOTO: This bird rides the rails
PHOTO: This bird rides the rails

It wasn’t hard tracking this bird as a mourning dove alights on a section of railroad near Buffalo. The seed-eating game bird can be found in both summer and winter in every West Virginia county, primarily in farm fields and open woods in urban ...

PHOTO: Wet weather favors shorebirds
PHOTO: Wet weather favors shorebirds

The recent rains fed small pools of water in the area, including this pond at the Putnam Business Park in Frazier’s Bottom, making it an attractive habitat for shorebirds like the green heron. With fall in the air, this seasonal migrant could...

Marshall women’s soccer: Second-half surge leads to victory for Herd

RICHMOND, Ky. — Three goals in a 10-minute span during the second half lifted the Marshall women’s soccer team (3-2-2) by a 3-1 count over Eastern Kentucky (2-5-0) on Sunday afternoon at EKU Soccer Field.

Marshall will stay on the...

WVU women’s soccer: Mountaineers’ late scores deliver soccer win

MORGANTOWN — Four scores in 6 minutes helped the No. 13-ranked West Virginia University women’s soccer team erase a one-goal deficit and earn a 4-1 victory over Duquesne, today, at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium.

Sunday’s win...

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